CNBLUE arrives in Manila for concert

Korean pop rock band CNBLUE arrived in Manila this morning, a day before their scheduled concert on Saturday.

CNBLUE landed at around 11:10 a.m. at the Ninoy Aquino International Terminal 1 via Asiana Airlines flight OZ 701 from Seoul, South Korea.

At the airport, they were met by their fans, who waited for hours just to see the Korean idols.

CNBLUE will hold their press conference today at 2 p.m. at SM Megamall to talk about their concert, "Blue Moon: 2013 CNBLUE World tour."

Fans were already at SM Megamall even before the mall opened today.

On June 15, CNBLUE will hold their concert at Araneta Coliseum starting at 8 p.m.

This is the boy band's first visit to the Philippines.

CNBLUE kicked off their world tour in Taipei, Taiwan last April. This was followed by concerts in Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, South Korea and Australia.

After the Philippines, the boy band will hold their world tour in China and Malaysia.

According to a tweet on June 13 by Happee Sy-Go of PULP Live World Productions, the tickets to CNBLUE's Manila concert are "almost sold out."

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